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March 21, 2020
Dear Westwood Residents,
Today, March 21st, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 107, which further limits the movement of persons in the State of New Jersey as well as increased restrictions on businesses that are able to operate until further notice. We have placed a copy of this executive order on our website at – www.westwoodnj.gov/coronavirus . Below, I have highlighted many, but not all, of the restrictions and exceptions listed in Executive Order:
All New Jersey residents shall remain home or at their place of residence unless they are:
The brick-and-mortar premises of all non-essential retail businesses must close to the public as long as this Order remains in effect. Essential retail businesses, listed below, are excluded from this directive and may remain open during their normal business hours. Essential retail businesses must, wherever practicable, provide pickup services outside or adjacent to their stores for goods ordered in advance online or by phone.
For more specific information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov or call the CDC hotline – 1-800-232-4636. Links for more information can also be found on our website www.westwoodnj.gov.
We will continue to put updates out as needed on social media channels and our website – www.westwoodnj.gov/coronavirus . Please ensure you are signed up for our emergency reverse 911 system and our email alerts. Both of these can be found on our website as well.
Mayor Ray Arroyo